My IIGS has system 6.0.1 installed, total memory is 5248K, Available memory is 3894K, also installed is a 9.0 MHz Zip GS chip and I still have the original chip somewhere (it will probably be found when I start sorting thru everything). There is aa Apple Hi-Speed SCSI card installed and a working harddrive that is partitioned as follows:
HD.1 31.8MB Total; 18.6MB in use; 13.2MB free
HD.2 31.8MB Total; 20.5MB in use; 11.3MB free
HD.3 8.9MB Total; 4.7MB used; 4.1MB free &
HD.4 8.8MB Total; 1.0MB used; 7.8MB free.
There is an Applied Engineering fan/storage device installed that has a slot for floppies and another spot with one of the two included 3.5 inch Apple floppy drives. There is also 2 generic 5.25 inch disk drives included as well as the original Apple mouse, Apple RGB monitor, and an Apple ImageWriter II printer with about 3 boxes of tractor feed paper, and at least a dozen or so ribbons.
There is also an extra, new in the box Apple High-Speed SCSI card and an Apple FDHD 3.5 inch Mac disk drive.
Installed software includes:
AppleWorks 3.0 extensively modified with most of the Beagle Bros. products
Copy II Plus
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Additionally, I have original (some boxed) software such as New Print Shop, PrintShop IIGS, and many more.
Finally, my 30 year old kids had swapped, borrowed, or some how acquired a bunch of educational, game, and other software that is not documented and that I just want to get rid of so you can have it for free or I will give it to the recycler.
Make me an offer.
Gary T. Gibson
Contact me at email@example.com